I would advise using Nginx infront of it.
You can google NodeBB Nginx Config and you'll have one you can copy/paste.
Nginx will then be on port 80 and you can close 4567 on your FW.
Hello. I know this doesn't have much to do with NodeBB, but I thought someone here could help.
I am wondering how to do port fowarding like this on my computer since my router doesn't support this way.
I want to foward all incoming traffic from "ot.gggrealms.ml:19132" (on UDP port 19132) to "192.168.1.92:19134" (UDP port 19134). Realize there is a change in the 2 & 4 in 19132 & 19134.
I can do this on either Windows or Linux (Ubuntu). If I'm doing it on windows,
192.168.1.92 changes to
Any help would be appreciated, I'm not very good with port and network stuff as such.
I'm not quite getting what you're trying to accomplish. Is this on the server for that domain and ip? Why are you doing this?
I’m trying to use it for a Minecraft server, which uses UDP (bedrock) and I can’t use bungeecord or whatever because I’m on bedrock.
Minecraft's default port is 19132, and I want to run multiple servers on that port, or just forward it from specific URLs so players won't have to enter the port themselves.
I don't think you can have multiple servers on one port.
@pitaj I know I would run them on different ports but if it is ot.gggrealms.ml on 19132 port then it towards to that server on port 19134, and another url would forward to a different port (43 for example)
So the two servers are actually running on 19134 and 43, but you access them by the same port just specific url
@dunlix so you want one machine with two ports, but you want two addresses to refer to different ports. That's not port forwarding, that's a DNS thing.
@pitaj I don't think my registrar supports SRV records which is what I think you're talking about. Nginx can do what I sort of want to do but I'm not sure how to set it up for UDP/minecraft
@dunlix I believe the way nginx, apache, etc achieve virtual hosting is by using information that's sent as part of the http(s) request. I don't think it's possible to achieve what you want for a UDP service without an SRV record.
@pitaj hmm ok. I wasn't sure if Minecraft Bedrock supported using SRV records (Java edition DOES), but my server is on Bedrock. I will try to look into it.